Decision Fatigue (further reading)

Further Reading, Resources

If you’ve read this blog’s article on decision fatigue you might want to learn more. Here are some of the interesting resources I found on the web that are a good starting point.

This 2011 article Do You Suffer from Decision Fatigue from the New York Times Magazine is written by one of the co-authors of Willpower. If you don’t want to read the book, the article explains the relevant research and findings relating to decision fatigue.

Another article – Why do We Make Worse Decisions at the End of the Day – summarizes the concept quite well. It also lists the scholarly research at the end if you’re interested in following it up.

35,000 Decisions: The Great Choices of Strategic Leaders gives an overview of how leaders tackle decision fatigue and their decision-making.

Decision Fatigue doesn’t affect just lawyers. There are research articles on the effects of decision fatigue on:

If you’re a minimalist or intrigued by it, you might want to see how minimalism can help you make better decisions.

James Clear, author of Atomic Habits and guru of self-improvement and productivity, has an informative article on how willpower works and how to avoid bad decisions. (You can bypass the newsletter subscription and still get to the article, but I recommend subscribing to his newsletter. It’s once a week, short and inspirational)


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